VietNamNet Bridge – For once, an online viral craze is making a positive change to the world, instead of enticing kids to eat washing up liquid.
|A group of young people take the #trashtag challenge to clean up rubbish at the Old Church in Ba Vi National Park in Hanoi’s Ba Vi District. — Photo courtesy of Cao Manh Tuan
The so-called #trashtag challenge has gone viral in recent days and inspired people the world over to clean up rubbish in public areas, and Vietnam is no exception.
The challenge encourages people to clean up littered places and post before-and-after pictures on social media.
The #trashtag challenge began gaining popularity on March 5, after a Facebook user shared a before-and-after photo of a messy area that had been cleaned in an unknown location. The post grabbed attention with more than 330,000 shares on Facebook. Continue reading “#trashtag challenge accepted in Hanoi”